Three Rich Treasury Secretaries Laugh It Up Over Income Inequality: Former Treasury Secretaries Henry Paulson (left) and Robert Rubin have a good laugh about income inequality. Three of the world's richest and most powerful people (and Timothy Geithner) had a good laugh over income inequality earlier this year. Paulson responded that he'd been working on income inequality since his days at Goldman Sachs. "You were increasing it!" cracked Rubin, as everyone on stage roared with laughter.
POVERTY; THE NEW GROWTH INDUSTRY ...Why so many of these people cannot find jobs is the incredible economic mismanagement by people with names like Robert Rubin, Alan Greenspan, and Ben Bernanke. Robert Rubin's case, he personally profited to the tune of more than $100 million from the housing bubble after he left his post as Treasury Secretary to take a top position at Citigroup.
Coroner Holzhauser, and Assistant District Attorneys J. Robert Rubin and Charles Bostwick investigate the roof of the Asch Building in order to prepare their prosecution of Max Blanck and Isaac Harris, Triangle Waist Company owners after the Triangle fire | by Kheel Center, Cornell University